- Alleged Vivo Y70s managed to score 641 in the single-core and 1,814 in the multi-core tests, respectively
- Vivo X30 from 2019 is the only other lineup that ships with an Exynos chipset
A mysterious Vivo phone with model number V2002A has appeared on the Geekbench benchmarking platform. It is speculated to be the Vivo Y70s mid-range offering and might break cover soon. The phone managed to score 641 in the single-core and 1,814 in the multi-core tests, respectively. The listing also includes key specifications of the phone, including the RAM and chipset details, hinting that we are looking at a mid-range offering. Interestingly, the Vivo Y70s will be powered the unannounced the Samsung Exynos 880 SoC. Vivo X30 from 2019 is the only other line-up that came with an Exynos chipset and it looks like Vivo intends to continue the collaboration. Additionally, the Vivo Y70s is said to boot Android 10, probably skinned with Funtouch 10 OS.
Furthermore, the Vivo Y70s with V2002A model-number has appeared on China 3C certification with an 18W charger, which is slightly lower than the 22.5W FlashCharge. It was accompanied by the Vivo V2001A and Vivo V2005A with 33W charging support. These could also be a part of the company’s Y-series. The Vivo Y70s may come with 5G support and it could the cheapest 5G offering from the brand. We should know more details about the Vivo Y70s going forward.
Separately, the Vivo X50 Lite went official in Australia this week. The Vivo X50 Lite is powered by the Snapdragon 665 SoC coupled with Adreno 610 GPU and 8GB RAM. It ships with a FHD+ display with 1080×2340 pixels resolution and boots Android 10.